Analyst believes Leopard will ‘integrate Windows interoperability’

Since Steve Jobs announced the switch to Intel nearly two years ago, it’s been continually rumored that Macs would gain the ability to run Windows applications natively within OS X. And with Jobs set to reveal Leopard’s “secret features” at June’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the idea has taken hold of at least one long-time Mac analyst.

In a client note, PiperJaffray analyst Gene Munster wrote of the WWDC that the firm is “expecting a full-feature demonstration of Leopard, including a demo of how Leopard will integrate Windows interoperability.”

And if it doesn’t happen, I’ll just have to add it to the list of Biggest Apple Rumors (that never came true) along with the whole ‘iPhone delayed to October’/Engadget fiasco.

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